CLBR #252: Free Press’ Matt Wood and the Battle over Net Neutrality

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Free Press’ Matt Wood Returns to Discuss
the Trump FCC’s Assault on Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality as a Star Wars Trilogy

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A Net Neutrality Reader

Net Neutrality Timeline: How We Got Here
FCC Approves Net Neutrality and Preempts State Muni-Broadband Restrictions
Websites Challenge Exceptions to Data Caps as Violating Net Neutrality
DC Circuit Affirms FCC Net Neutrality Order
The Death of Net Neutrality – Part 1
The Death of Net Neutrality – Part 2
Public Interest Groups Urge FCC Not to Dismantle Net Neutrality


Matt Wood


Matt helps shape Free Press’ team’s efforts to protect the open internet, prevent media concentration, promote affordable broadband deployment and safeguard press freedom. He’s served as an expert witness before Congress on multiple occasions.

Before joining Free Press, he worked at the public interest law firm Media Access Project and in the communications practice groups of two private law firms in Washington, D.C. Before that, he served as editor-in-chief for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, worked for PBS, and spent time at several professional and college radio and television stations. Matt earned his B.A. in film studies from Columbia University and his J.D. from Harvard Law School. Matt likes watching sports, riding his bicycle and talking about philosophy — just not all at the same time. Follow him on Twitter @mattfwood.


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